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history of Indian Literature by M. Winternitz.

Moriz Winternitz

history of Indian Literature by M. Winternitz.

Translated from the Original German by S. Ketkar and rev. by the author. Only authorized translation into English.

by Moriz Winternitz

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Published by University in [Calcutta] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sanskrit literature -- History and criticism,
  • Indic literature -- History and criticism,
  • Pali literature -- History and criticism,
  • Prakrit literature -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKetkar, Shilavati, 1887-,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPK2903 W62 1959
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15344820M


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The main text constitutes a gengeral survey of the development of Indian Buddhism, and studies by scholars past and present are mentioned in Reviews: 1.

History of Indian Literature is a classic work covering the entire gamut of Indian secular and religious literature including epic, lyric, dramatic and didactic poetry, as well as narrative and scientific prose. It includes not only the large number of works of religious literature—hymns, sacrificial songs, incantations, myths and legends, sermons, theological treatises, polemical Missing: M.

Winternitz. Moriz Winternitz (Horn, Decem – Prague, January 9, ) was a Jewish scholar from Austria who began his Indology contributions working with Max Müller at the Oxford University.

An eminent Sanskrit scholar, he worked as a professor in Prague in the German part of Karl-Ferdinands-Universität afterfor nearly thirty years. His Geschichte der indischen.

There are books which either deal with this literature too generally, or, too exhaustively on a particular topic of this literature. The history books written by Max Mullar, Weber, Macdonell and Winternitz present to us foreign point of views and may not be much palatable to an Indian mind due to their certain pet theories regarding the age and.

About the Book Winternitz's major work was Geschichte der Indischen Literature (History of Indian Literature). The first volume was published in two parts parts in and It dealt with vedic literature, the epics and the Puranas.

The second volume on Buddhist and Jain literature appeared in two parts, in and In the last volume, Kavya literature and scientific literature. Sanskrit literature refers to texts composed in Sanskrit language since the 2nd-millennium BCE. Many of the prominent texts are associated with Indian religions, i.e., Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, and were composed in ancient r, others were composed central, East or Southeast Asia and the canon includes works covering secular sciences and the g: M.

Winternitz. Some Problems of Indian Literature by Maurice Winternitz. New Delhi, India: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., Printed Pages: First Edition. Hardcover. New/New. 15. Indian literature. Oral literature in the vernacular languages of India is of great antiquity, but it was not until about the 16th cent.

that an extensive written literature appeared. (); T. Clark, The Novel in India (); M. Winternitz, A History of Indian Literature (2 vol., tr.

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Banerjee: History of Indian Literature Vol.-I/I: M. Winternitz: History of Indian Literature Vol-I/II: M. Winternitz: How far Guardian Plan Education: K. Chattopadhyay. Geschichte der indischen litteratur by Winternitz, M.; 12 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Buddhist literature, History and criticism, Indic literature.

Calcutta: University of Calcutta, First edition. Cloth bound in good condition; Covers fairly worn, especially fore-edge foot corners; Top of spine edge torn; Some pencil marginalia and underlining.

Item # Translated by S. Ketkar and revised by the author; g: M. Winternitz. Some Problems Indian Literature. You Searched For: Professor Winternitz considered the history of the literary treasures "as part and parcel of the history of man." This comprehensive and larger view of literary history has given his writings a distinction.

In fact, this book is to be read and appreciated as a part of his greater work. A History of Indian Literature (Volume III) by M.

Winternitz (translated by V. Srinivasa Sarma and Subhadra Jha) [Indian Prosodic Literature] Prosody 1 in India is as old as poetics. Its beginnings go back as far as the Vedic literature.

Already in the Bràhmaõas we find people busy with metres, the harmony of/5(4). Indian literature refers to the literature produced on the Indian subcontinent until and in the Republic of India thereafter.

The Republic of India has 22 officially recognized languages. The earliest works of Indian literature were orally transmitted. Sanskrit literature begins with the oral literature of the Rig Veda a collection of sacred hymns dating to the period – g: M. Winternitz. A History of Indian Literature was published originally between and in 10 volumes.

This series which had been out of print for quite some time, is now being presented in a hard cover format. In the preparation of the book the author has freely consulted the two monumental works of M.

Winternitz and A.B. Keith. Indian tradition. The earliest works of Indian literature were orally transmitted. Sanskrit literature begins with the oral literature of the Rig Sanskrit epics Ramayana and Mahabharata appeared towards the end of the first millennium BCE.

Classical Sanskrit literature developed rapidly during the first few centuries of the first millennium BCE, as did the Tamil Sangam literature, and the Pāli Missing: M. Winternitz.Sutra (Sanskrit: सूत्र, romanized: sūtra, lit.

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Sutras are a genre of ancient and medieval Indian texts found in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. In Hinduism, sutras are a distinct type of literary composition, a Atharvaveda: Kusika Sutra (§).Date. Guṇāḍhya could have flourished during the reign of a Satvahana king of Pratishthana (modern-day Paithan, Maharashtra).According to D.

C. Sircar, he probably flourished between the 1st century BCE and 3rd century alternative account, mentioned in the Nepala Mahatmya of the Skanda Purana, states that Gunadhya was born in Mathura, and was a court poet of the Occupation: author.